The L Word (I) (2004–2009)

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Drama, Romance


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Follows the lives and loves of a small, close-knit group of gay women living in Los Angeles as well as the friends and family members that either support or loathe them.


7.6/10
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  • Daniela Sea at an event for The L Word (2004)
  • Jennifer Beals and Laurel Holloman in The L Word (2004)
  • Cassidy Freeman at an event for The L Word (2004)
  • Mia Kirshner and Ilene Chaiken at an event for The L Word (2004)
  • Marlee Matlin in The L Word (2004)

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Creators:

Michele Abbott, Ilene Chaiken, Kathy Greenberg

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24 October 2005 | mamaotter
L -lost my interest
I have watched this show since the first episode and thought okay the writing is a little sophomoric and the story lines are forced and clichéd but lets see how it evolves let it hit its stride. The second season arrived and unfortunately, the show got worse with every episode. The story lines were boring there were no plot twists that I could not see coming from a mile away. The only chemistry that exists on the show and really the only thing worth watching is Alice and Dana's over the top and fun filled relationship, besides that I was bored to tears and not interested in any of the characters. One of the worst scenes ever was the "gabfest" with Gloria Steinem, it was so forced and boring they were trying capture the girl talk of "sex and the city" and it just didn't happen, it did not even come close. I mean god bless on-demand, I can fast forward through the drudgery of whining jenny and the continuous Shane worshiping. The simple truth is if you take away the the lesbian sex shock value and the show is nothing. it is one of the most over rated shows on TV, Just a bunch of shallow uninteresting characters in stupid,inconceivable and unbelievable story lines.

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